The three pyramids in Giza Necropolis bordering what is now Cairo, Egyptian Africa, are among the most extraordinary structures ever built on planet Earth. The precision of the architecture, engineering, and construction all appear to be far more advanced than the building abilities of the Egyptians more than forty-five hundred years ago. The accuracy of the enormous pyramid’s workmanship is so exact that the four sides of the base – each measuring 755.5 feet – have a mean error of slightly more than two inches in length and one minute in angle from a perfect square. Historical assumptions have always suggested that the pyramids of Egypt were the burial tombs of pharaohs. But, as this television program asks – why has no mummy ever been found in any of the pyramids? Although the pyramids have stood for thousands of years, they remain shrouded in mystery. The show explores the claims that the ancient curse that killed many scientists over the centuries was actually a strangle fungus. It also investigates whether there is a secret chamber store housing knowledge to the secrets of the complex mathematics, astronomy, geology, and engineering that made the pyramids possible.